the Post of chairman of the board in the Distribution Plus has become more uncertain after the controversial spin doctor Palle Smed has granted concoction of the Falck-scandal.
Pallet Blacksmith sitting as chairman of the board at Distribution Plus, which distributes magazines and magazines around in Denmark. The company is among others owned by the top-Notch group.
on Wednesday of this week, it emerged that the Pallet Blacksmith, under the pretext of being from the Magazine 3F had attempted to hire Dutch journalists to dig dirt up against Falck-competitor Bios. In fact, it was Pallet Blacksmith hired by Falck.
The case is the Very Fund now become aware of.
'It does not fit with our values as a company, and we are therefore in dialogue with the majority shareholder in the Distribution Plus,' writes Magnus Hviid, communications manager, Aller Media, in an email to Ekstra Bladet.
the majority shareholder is the Stibo-Fonden, where Ebbe Malte Iversen chairman of the board. Ekstra Bladet has tried in vain to get through to him to hear how he looks on the case.
Also Pallet Smeds post as director of the Professional Seniors are in danger, Berlingske reported, like it is described, that he is finished with doing tasks for the Magazine 3F.
Palle Smed has previously served in TV2's board of directors, has been the editor-in-chief on the Magazine 3F and head of communications in 3F. In addition, he has together led by social democrat Henrik Sass Larsen founded the available online piopio.
Through the recent time it has come up, how Falck has used a number of spin doctors including Pallet Threw in the attempt to weaken the competitor Bios.
Pallet Blacksmith informs in a text message that he does not have any comments.